Dr Marina Nehme
Senior Lecturer, School of Law
PhD, LLM (Research), LLM (Coursework) and LLB
Dr Marina Nehme is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Western Sydney. She is a researcher in corporate and financial services law issues. She has completed a PhD on the use of enforceable undertakings by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. Her thesis is entitled: An Analysis of the Australian system of enforceable undertakings to determine an improved theory of negotiated settlements.
Awards and Recognition
2011: Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning: Motivating, inspiring and positively influencing students' learning in interdisciplinary law units by an early career academic. This is a national award given by the Australian Learning and Teaching Council (This body is now known as Australian Office for Learning and Teaching.
- 2009: Excellence Award for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning (UWS, College of Business and Law)
- 2008: Nominated for early career researcher (UWS, College of Business and Law) and received an Honourable Mention Award.
- 2009: Marina Nehme and John Jurianz, 'Indigenous Corporate Governance', UWS Research Seed Grant Scheme (Early Career Researchers): $3,500.
Learning and Teaching Interests
- Corporate Law
- Financial services
- Securities markets regulation
- Corporate governance
- Corporate law and governance
- Enforceable undertakings
Marina Nehme, 'The Financial Markets Authority and Administrative Monetary Penalties' (2012) 18(1) New Business Law Quarterly 21-41.
Marina Nehme, ‘The nexus between teaching and research : easier said than done’ (2012) 22(2) Education Legal Review, 241-272.
Marina Nehme, ‘The use of controlled virtual learning environments at a law school : a preliminary study’ (2012) 18(7) International Journal of Learning, 405-418.
Marina Nehme and Michael Adams, ‘Section 18 of the Australian Consumer Law and environmental issues’ (2012) 24(1) Bond Law Review, 30-59.
Marina Nehme and John Juriansz, ‘The evolution of Indigenous corporations : where to now?’ (2012) 33(1) Adelaide Law Review, 101-135.
Michael Adams, Marina Nehme, 'No new specific legislation required to deal with 'greenwashing (2011) 63 (7) Keeping Good Companies, pp419-422
Marina Nehme, 'Monitoring enforceable undertakings' [April 2011] New Zealand Law Journal, pp 108-112
Marina Nehme, 'Birth of a New Securities Law Regulator: The Financial Markets Authority and the Powers at its Disposal' (2011) n 3 New Zealand Law Review pp 475-505
- Marina Nehme, 'Enforceable Undertakings: Are they Procedurally Fair' (2010) 32 Sydney Law Review 471-501.
- Marina Nehme, 'An Underused Sanction with Great Potential: the Use of Enforeable Undertaking by the New Zealand Securities Commission' (2010) 16(3) New Zealand Business Law Quarterly 288-239.
- Marina Nehme, E-Learning and Students' Motivation (2010) 20 Legal Education Review 223-239.
- Marina Nehme, 'Enforceable Undertaking: A Restrative Sanction' (2010, October) Monash University Law Review (in Press).
- Marina Nehme and Angus Young, 'Regulatory Tool for Corporate Regulators' (2010) SWUPL International Law Review 308-329.
- Marina Nehme, 'Monitoring Compliance with Enforceable Undertakings' (2009) Australian Journal of Corporate Law (forthcoming).
- Marina Nehme, 'Justice to Outsiders Through Underderakings' (2009) QUT Law and Justice Journal 85.
- Marina Nehmne, 'Unascertained future Claims: Current Issues and Future Reforms' (2009) 17 Insolvency Law Journal, 7-24.
- Michael Adams and Marina Nehme, 'Australian overregulation? - effect on directors' liability' (2009) 61(2) Keeping Good Companies,94-97.
- Marina Nehme and Claudia Wee, 'Tracing the Historical Development of Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Social Reporting' (2008) 15 James Cook University Law Review 198-229.
- Marina Nehme, 'The Use of Enforceable Undertakings by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (2008) 27(2) University of Tasmania Law Review, 124-151.
- Marina Nehme and Margaret Hyland, 'Houldsworth: An Obsolete Piece in the Legislative Puzzle' (2008) 12 University of Western Sydney Law Review, 124-151.
- Marina Nehme, Enforceable Undertakings and its Impact on Private Lawsuit' (2008) 11(3) Australian Journal of Corporate Law, 275-292.
- Marina Nehme and Michael Adams, 'E-Learning in Corporate Law: The Value-Add of Online Resources' (2008) 1 Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association, 21-32.
- Marina Nehme, 'Enforceable Undertakings and the Court System' (2008) 26(3) Company and Securities Law Journal,147-171.
- Marina Nehme, 'Enforceable Undertakings: A New Form of Settlement to Resolve Alleged Breaches of the Law' (2007) 11 University of Western Sydney Law Review, 104-123.
- Jason Harris and Marina Nehme, 'An Analysis of the Vines Appeal' (2007) 25(8) Company and Securities Law Journal, 554-558.
- Marina Nehme, Margaret Hyland and Michael Adams, 'Enforcement of Continuous Disclosure: The Use of Infringement Notice and Alternative Sanctions' (2007) 21(2) Australian Journal of Corporate Law, 112-134.
- Marina Nehme, 'Expansion of the Powers of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal in Relation to Enforceable Undertakings' (2007) 25(2) Company and Securities Law Journal, 116-121.
- Marina Nehme and Michael Adams, 'The Active Use of Enforceable Undertakings by ASIC - Part 2' (2007) 59(6) Keeping Good Companies, 326-328.
- Marina Nehme, Michael Adams, 'The Active Use of Enforceable Undertakings by ASIC - Part 1', (2007) 59(5) Keeping Good Companies, 260-262.
- Michael Adams, Angus Young and Marnina Nehme, 'Preliminary Review of Over Regulation in Australian Financial Services', (2006) 20(1) Australian Journal of Corporate Law, 1-24.
- Marina Nehme, 'Enforceable Undertakings in Australia and Beyond' (2005) 18 Australian Journal of Corporate Law, 68-87.
John Juriansz and Marina Nehme, ‘Corruption, international business transactions and the OECD’ in Michael Head, Scott Mann, Simon Kozlina, Transnational Governance: Emerging Models of Global Legal Regulation, (Ashgate, U.K, 2012), 111-149.
Michael Adams and Marina Nehme, Company Law Guidebook (Oxford, 2010)
Colin Anderson, Jennifer Dickfos, Marina Nehme, Margaret Hyland and Andrew Dahdad, Corporations Law (2009, LexisNexis)
Marina Nehme and John Juriansz, Evolution of Indigenous Corporate Governance' Corporate Law Teachers Association Conference, February 2010, Adelaide.
Marina Nehme, 'Monitoring of Enforceable Undertakings', ALTA, July 2009 Sydney (University of Western Sydney)
Marina Nehme, 'Long Tail Liability: Current and Future Reforms', Corporate Law Teachers Association Conference, February 2009, Sydney (University of Technology Sydney)
Margaret Hyland and Marina Nehme, 'Houldsworth or not Houldsworth: that is the Question', ALTA, July 2008,Cairns (James Cook University)
Marina Nehme, Michael Adams and Catherine Gordon, 'E-Learning in Corporate Law: The value-add of online resources', ALTA, July 2008, Cairns (James Cook University)
Nikki Bromberger and Marina Nehme, 'Emotional aspects of learning and the related consequences of face to face classes moving online' ALTA, July 2008, Cairns (James Cook University)
Marina Nehme, 'Impact and enforceable undertakings on third parties', Corporate Law Teachers Association Conference, 3-5 February 2008, Sydney (Coogee Bay Hotel organised by the University of New South Wales)
The Power of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission to Accept Enforceable Undertakings: Aim and Current Practices' ALTA, September 2007, University of Western Australia, Perth
Marina Nehme ' The Difficulties faced in the enforcement of certain regulatory sanctions', International Symposium on Business Research, 29-30 November 2007, University of Western Sydney, NSW.